ASTEC High School

ASTEC High School Biology Student Shows off DNA model

The high school was added to the ASTEC district in 2006. It has strong traditions and is proud to be a home away from home where students feel encouraged, have a sense of belonging and are recognized for a job well done.
ASTEC boasts a high attendance and graduation rate when compared to other high schools across the state. Most ASTEC students go on to college with financial assistance. Students have exposure to a wide variety of trade professions through our partnership with Metro Technology Centers and have the opportunity to explore many higher education options. ASTEC is smaller than most public schools in the area. Students get to know one another in a close-knit, family environment.
The Mission of the Advanced Science and Technology Education Public Charter Schools (ASTEC) is to empower, motivate and inspire learners to reach their highest potential.

The ASTEC administration, faculty, and staff welcome you!

Why choose ASTEC...
 Free Public School Open to All
• Close-knit Family Environment
• Exciting Esports Curriculum
• Computers for Each Student 
• Free Breakfast & Lunch for All Students
FabLab Maker Space with 3D Printers for All Students
S.T.E.A.M. Focused
• New Regulation-size Soccer Field
New Middle & High School Planned for Near Future


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Recent News



Anderson wins 3rd place in national contest

Congratulations to ASTEC senior and Metro Tech entrepreneurship student Anderson Vasquez-Alvarez. Anderson won third place in the CareerSafe National Youth Safety Video Scholarship Contest for his group’s stop-motion animation video that creatively used LEGO®'s to illustrate why safety is important.

Maricela goes to Washington, D.C.ASTEC senior and Metro Technology Center Pre-Nursing II student, Maricela De Leon-Barrios will attend the 17th Annual Washington Leadership Academy (WLA) in Washington D.C. in October. The WLA is a nationwide conference for Health Occupations Students of America - Future Health Professionals (HOSA) officers to learn leadership skills, to network, and to participate in fun, interactive activities and diverse workshops.